Pebble meaning

pĕb'əl
Pebble is defined as to cover with or give the appearance of tiny smooth rocks.

An example of pebble is to stamp the surface of a fabric or leather for texture.

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The definition of a pebble is a small, smooth stone.

An example of a pebble is a tiny rock that can skip across a lake.

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A small stone, especially one worn smooth by erosion.
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A rock fragment between 4 and 64 millimeters (0.16 and 2.51 inches) in diameter, especially one that has been naturally rounded.
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An irregularly rough, grainy surface, as on leather or paper.
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Clear colorless quartz; rock crystal.
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A lens made of such quartz.
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To pave with pebbles.
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To impart an irregularly rough, grainy surface to (leather or paper).
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To pelt with pebbles.
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Clear, transparent quartz or a lens made from it.
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A surface grain of pebbly appearance, artificially produced on leather (pebble leather), paper, etc.
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Such a stone, smaller than a cobblestone, with a maximum diameter of 64 mm (c. 2.5 in)
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To cover with pebbles or objects that look like pebbles.
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To stamp (leather, etc.) so as to produce a pebbly appearance.
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A rock fragment larger than a granule and smaller than a cobble. Pebbles have a diameter between 4 and 64 mm (0.16 and 2.56 inches) and are often rounded.
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A small stone, especially one rounded by the action of water.
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(geology) A particle from 4 to 64 mm in diameter, following the Wentworth scale.
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(curling) A small droplet of water intentionally sprayed on the ice that cause irregularities on the surface.
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Transparent and colourless rock crystal.

Brazilian pebble.

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To pave with pebbles.
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(curling) To deposit water droplets on the ice. e.g. to pebble the ice between games.
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A small stone worn smooth and round, as by the action of water.
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Origin of pebble

Middle English pobble, pibel, pebul from Old English papol- (as in papolstān pebblestone)